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for $800, please. barrett. what is texas? good. politics for $1,200. barrett. who is the surgeon general? right. i'll have politics for $1,600. joe. what is marry? yeah. government & politics for $2,000, please. this governor was front and center in the response to hurricane sandy. joe. who is chris christie? you got him. let's go a student of history for $400, please. joe. who is roberts? john roberts. correct. let's go $800 on student of history. barrett. what is yale? yale is right. history for $1,200. [ beep ] and his name is chris berman. "could. go. all. the. way." barrett, back to you. history for $1,600, please. barrett. what is the civil rights movement? right. history for $2,000, please. answer -- daily double. [ applause ] joe has the lead at $12,800. you have $12,600. $4,000, please. all right. here's the clue for you. who is ayn rand? you got it. [ applause ] ayn rand is good. go again. "hy" five for $400, please. joe. what is hygiene? right. "hy" five for $800, please. joe. what is hydrate? right. "hy" five for $1,200, please. emily. what is a hydrangea? no. barrett or joe?
are from sierra leone, west africa. i was born in philadelphia, but raised in houston, texas. oh, okay. now, it says you're an actor and a songwriter and a music guy. what is it you're pursuing? i'm actually an actor. i moved out here not too long ago, trying to make it in hollywood. it's going pretty well, actually. on the side, i like to write songs and arrange music. well, good. but you wouldn't mind winning a little money here. oh, no. that'd be great. okay. all right. wish you a lot of luck. brooke brady is with us from evergreen, colorado. hi. and you're going to school? i am. i'm in school to be a teacher. i'm a human-development major. yeah? and you're engaged, as well. i am. i have the most amazing fiancé in the world. oh, good. and what else? are you golfing? i do. i'm new to it. i've only been dng it two summers, but i'm pretty good at it, to be honest. so, you're excited about it now. really excited. i love it. it hasn't broken you yet. i'm quite addicted, actually. it will. [ laughs ] let's do another "toss up" here. this one is worth $2,000. and the category is "around the ho
's school. she's from houston, texas. i'm often asked by people in our studio audience how do i react to the "saturday night live" takeoffs of "jeopardy!" but you're a big "saturday night live" fan, right? i really am. what i want to do when i get older is to write or act on "saturday night live." what did you think of the skits they performed, making fun of me on "jeopardy!"? oh, i thought, well, now that i get to meet you, i see that they're not all correct. [ laughter ] good girl. i hope you do well. kelton ellis is a junior from macon, georgia, also captain of his school's quiz bowl team, and they renamed the team especially for you recently, right? yes. a friend of mine decided to rename the team the "train kelton for 'jeopardy!' club" after learning that i had gotten on the show. okay. has it worked out? have they all given you a lot of encouragement and tested you even more than usual? oh, yes. believe me, they really have. yeah? okay, well, good luck to you. lila anderson is a junior from minnetonka, minnesota, has varsity letters in... soccer and academics. those two are far
, despite washington's efforts to ease the burden on bank shares of texas, ceo david says it's still piling up. >> the regulatory burden today is tougher and stronger than it's ever been. the amount of money we're spending on the regulatory burden, people wouldn't even believe it. i used to say 500 million wouldn't be able to make it, it may be a billion dollars now. >> reporter: when costs get too high, banks get the urge to merge like hudson city and baltimore's mnt bank but according to tom, regulators are quick to question those deals, too. >> there are tremendous economic forces that will encourage consolidation and it will be a balance between the regulatory impact. i think in that particular case, the regulars don't want to see more big, big banks. >> reporter: with mergers difficult and costs on the rise, these companies banking on a better recovery. >>> still ahead tonight, who doesn't love a discount? tax holidays help the back to school shoppers save, but what it costs the state. >>> how the major indexes performed during the month of july first. >>> shares of herba life surged o
down. how much could they go down this year or next year? right now west texas crude is $104 a barrel. >> yeah, we think that by the end of the year, it will be in the low to mid 90s. so down, you know, 10%, maybe more and then next year we think wti could potentially get into the 70s. that depends on a lot of factors. for example, right now the price of oil is being prompted up by egypt even though the crisis has nothing to do with oil supply whatsoever. so psychology has propertied up the price because of the news on tv but that's all it is. it's just a fair trade. pure sentiment. >> thank you very much. >>> coming up, whirlpool field the pain of the housing bust and is riding the recovery. sales surging but could the appliance maker be in for a bumpy ride ahead. first, how treasuries, commodities and currencies faired today. >>> those western wildfires that have scorched thousands of acres of land from arizona to washington state just got a lot more costly. new estimates in idaho show that the cost of fighting the fires topped $1 billion. 4 wildfires are still raging and uncontaine
that assembling the motox smart phone at a plant in texas does not cost any more than making it outside the united states. the moto x is the first smart phone to have a made in the usa label although labor costs are herer here than compared to asia. >>> you can work up quite an p appetite making cars or phones but if they were in the mood for burgers or fries, they may have been out of luck. thousands of fast food workers walked off the job demanding higher wages and the right to form a union. jackie deangelis as the story. >> reporter: from coast-to-coast, fast food workers have taken to the street. >> the reason we deserve 15 is because we work too hard. everything is going up but my pay. my rent is going up, groceries going up, clothes going up, but my pay is still where it's at. >> reporter: fast food workers walked off the job today demanding two things, a raise in wages and the right to unionize. not just here but 50 cities across the country. mcdonalds, burger king, wendys are saying $7.25 is not number to survive. >> we had a reorganization of the economy where workers' wages are driven
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